RMA Holiday Spectacular! Monksters Call In & We Discuss The Pain of Holiday ”Joy”

RMA-Episode 67 Show Notes:

 

Merry NatXmas! It’s the RMA holiday special! This week we play listener voice-mails, share some holiday cheer and get in tune with the spirit of the season. There’s music, laughter and poetry coming your way. Happy holidays to all.

 

Plus, Recovery in the News, The Week in Weird and Monksters Speak on a fully boosted, aggressively festive, live from the North Pole episode of Recovery in the Middle Ages

 

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Recovery in the News:

 
How to Spot a Functional Alcoholic in the Wild

 

Lawmakers want to strengthen access to non-religious substance abuse treatment services

 

The Week in Weird:

 

No link for this one, you’ll have to listen to the show to the end!

Recovery News You Can Use

 

https://www.soberliningsplaybook.com/

 

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